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Webinar: Client Spotlight: Impacting Student Success with YouScience

When: May 24, 2022 | 12 p.m. ET (9 a.m. PT)


Join a virtual panel discussion with three YouScience clients — The University of Iowa, Denmark Technical College, and Sinclair Community College.

Learn how these institutions are revolutionizing the college experience by inspiring confidence, instilling a sense of purpose, and empowering every student to pursue their best-fit future.

Register for this webinar to learn from your peers:

  • How to impact your recruitment and student success initiatives with YouScience.
  • Best practices for working with student results in a group or individual setting.
  • How aptitude-based career guidance contributes to your diversity, equity, and access initiatives.

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Lesley Vossenkemper

Lesley Vossenkemper (moderator)

Lesley Vossenkemper is the Vice President of Strategic Initiatives at YouScience. She started her career working in admissions at Kirkwood Community College and Mount Mercy University. She then joined Ruffalo Noel Levitz as employee number three in what is now the Enrollment Management Division. During her 15 years there, Lesley helped hundreds of colleges and universities meet their goals for enrollment and student success. She then moved to ACT, where she led the higher education portfolio. She joined YouScience in 2022 where she focuses on expanding the organization's reach and programs to support student success at every level of education.


Mallory Becraft
The University of Iowa (Iowa City, IA)

Mallory Becraft serves as the Associate Director of Career Coaching and Campus Partnerships for the University of Iowa Pomerantz Career Center. In this role, she has spearheaded efforts to strategically integrate YouScience into the four-year undergraduate experience at a large scale. As a self-proclaimed YouScience fanatic, Mallory co-authored a book chapter on YouScience for the National Career Development Association’s A Comprehensive Guide to Career Assessment Instruments 2019 publication.

Additionally, Mallory is an adjunct instructor for leadership studies coursework for undergraduate students and is also a consultant/course developer on topics related to emotional intelligence and resiliency. She earned her Master’s in Education in Counseling & Career Development and is a Nationally Certified Counselor. Mallory is a firm believer in holistic career development support and thrives when helping others live to their full potential.


A. Clifton Myles, Ph.D
Denmark Technical College (Denmark, SC)

A. Clifton Myles, Ph.D., is the Executive Vice President for Administration and Innovation and Chief Strategy Officer at Denmark Technical College (DTC). Dr. Myles has worked in education for over 27 years, most of which has involved serving as an administrator at all levels of education, Pre-K–16. He has implemented YouScience at the high school level, at a four-year college/university, and currently at DTC, a two-year Historically Black College and University.

In his role at DTC, Dr. Myles oversees Academic Affairs, Sponsored programs, Institutional Advancement and Effectiveness, Information Technology, Student Affairs, Title III, Upward Bound, Workforce Development and Continuing Education, and several special projects.


Marquez Young
Sinclair Community College (Dayton, OH)

Marquez Young is responsible for expanding the Sinclair Community College recruitment outreach and advancing the college’s High School and Adult recruitment initiatives. During his time as Manager of Admissions, he led efforts to promote YouScience in local high schools while also working with community agencies assisting adult students. A strong believer in natural abilities being most important to career choice, Marquez and his team have developed curriculum to assist students in a strengths-based way to build student self-efficacy and self-advocacy.

As a 2021 OACAC New Member awardee, Marquez strives to find ways to advocate for students and promote higher education. Marquez holds a Master in Higher Education from Morehead State University and is currently finishing a Ph.D. in Educational Leadership from University of Dayton.